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It's Your Turn

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Lavender C
Arranger Lavender C
Artist Lavender C
Publisher Jenson Publications Inc
Series Music First Express
Catalog # 44209036

Price: $16.95

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Product Description

It's Your Turn Composed by Lavender C. Arranged by Lavender C. Performed by Lavender C. For book. Published by Jenson Publications Inc. (Catalog # 44209036, UPC: 073999875188)

Here's a collection of incredibly successful games and activities for the elementary music classroom. IT'S YOUR TURN emphasizes the art of 'play' - the ultimate learning tool for children of all ages. This book features large-group, fun-filled experiences which reinforce basic musical concepts such as melody, rhythm or tone color. Highlights include: Surfin', Hand Jivin', Rockin' Rhythms, Tune-a-Grams, Invasion of the Soap Bubbles, Boogie Woogie Rap and much more. For Gr. 1-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOOGIE WOOGIE RAP LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
CALYPSO BIRTHDAY PARTY,A LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
COBBLER,COBBLER LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
I WROTE A LETTER TO MY LOVE LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
LOST KEY,THE LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
MAIL TRUCK,THE LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
PENNY,KEY AND THIMBLE LAVENDER C LAVENDER C THE  
ROLY OLY OVER YOU GO LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
UP ON THE HOUSETOP LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
WACKIEST WITCH (FR.CAMP SONG) LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  
YOU CAN'T GET TO HEAVEN LAVENDER C LAVENDER C  

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